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2 Dimension Series Table of Contents 1 INTRODUCTION NOTICE MODELS WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS NATIONAL APPROVALS EN54 INFORMATION USER CONTROL LEVELS LEVEL DEFINITION USER PASSWORDS CONTROLS AND INDICATIONS CONTROL KEYS FRONT PANEL LED INDICATIONS ALPHANUMERIC DISPLAY INDICATIONS Normal Condition Other Conditions Loop Device Faults/ Fires F1 Short-cut Navigation Key Panel Status Summary Level 2 Menu Displays LEVEL 1 DISPLAY FUNCTIONS NORMAL CONDITIONS OTHER CONDITIONS ZONAL (DEFAULT) DISPLAY OPTION Fire Alarm Conditions Panel Fire Alarms Zone Fire Alarms Override Delays Fault Conditions Panel Faults Zone Faults Test Conditions Disablement Conditions Panel Disablements Zone Disablements OTHER CONDITIONS BY EVENT DISPLAY OPTION Fire Alarm Conditions Zone Fire Alarms Panel Fire Alarms Override Delays Fault Conditions, Disablement conditions and Test conditions Panel Faults Zone Faults Test Conditions Disablement Conditions Panel Disablements Zone Disablements Point disablements POWER SUPPLY FAULT CONDITIONS LIST OF DEVICE ABBREVIATIONS LEVEL 2 DISPLAY / CONTROL FUNCTIONS DISPLAY FUNCTIONS CONTROL FUNCTIONS Sound Alarms / Evacuate Silence / Resound Alarms Accept / Delayed Day Mode Alarms Page 2 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

3 Dimension Series Reset LEVEL 2 MENU FUNCTIONS Test LED Test LCD Test Zones Test Introduction Configuring / Stopping Individual Zone Tests Stopping ALL Zone Tests Output Test Internal Outputs Loop (SLC) Outputs Audible Indicator (Buzzer) Test Clock Change the Time Change the Date Disable / Enable Functions Disable / Enable Full Zones Disable / Enable Individual Devices / Points Disable / Enable Groups Disable / Enable Specific Output Circuits Disable / Enable Detection Mode Disable / Enable Output (Pattern) Delays Disable / Enable Local Inputs View Mode View Devices System Sensor / Morley-IAS Device Information Apollo Device Information Hochiki Device Information View The Event Log View Faults View Disablements View Service Information View the Alarm Counter View Voltages View Version DELAYED DAY MODE OPERATION STAGE STAGE KEY-SWITCH AND FUNCTION KEY OPERATION KEY-SWITCH FUNCTION KEYS PRINTER OPERATION PRINTOUT SAMPLES CHANGING THE PAPER ROLL LEVEL 3 PROGRAMMER FUNCTIONS MAINTENANCE / INSPECTION INSPECTION / TESTING Daily Attention Weekly Attention Monthly Attention LOG BOOK EXAMPLES...46 Table of Figures FIGURE 1 TYPICAL CONTROLS AND INDICATIONS...9 FIGURE 2 CHANGING THE PAPER ROLL...44 User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 3 of 49

4 Dimension Series Table of Tables TABLE 1 CONTROL KEY FUNCTIONS TABLE 2 - ALPHANUMERIC AND INTERACTIVE CONTROL KEYS TABLE 3 - LED FUNCTIONS TABLE 4 DEVICE TYPE ABBREVIATIONS TABLE 5 - USER MENU OPTIONS TABLE 6 PANEL INTERNAL OUTPUT CIRCUITS TABLE 7 VOLTAGE / ANALOGUE VALUE READINGS TABLE 8 - LOGBOOK REFERENCE DATA TABLE 9 - LOGBOOK EVENT DATA Page 4 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

5 Dimension Series 1 Introduction 1.1 Notice The material and instructions covered in this manual have been carefully checked for accuracy and are presumed to be correct. However, the manufacturer assumes no responsibility for inaccuracies and reserves the right to modify and revise this document without notice. These instructions cover the use and operation of the Dimension Series Fire Alarm Control Panels. Refer to the Product Manual (P/N ) for details of how to install, program and maintain the system. For use with software version onwards The DX1, DX2 and DX4 Fire Alarm Control Panels are 1, 2 and 4 loop panels for use with analogue addressable devices from the following detector manufacturer ranges: - S Models The Dimension Series Fire Alarm Control Panels are available in a range of enclosure sizes. A printer is available as a factory fit option on all models except for the small enclosure. This manual covers the following models: - Model No. of Loops Enclosure Printer Max. Battery Size No. of Zones DX1e-20S 1 Small 7Ah 20 DX1e-40M 1 Medium Option 12Ah 40 DX1e-40MP 1 Medium 12Ah 40 DX2e-40M 2 Medium Option 12Ah 40 DX2e-40MP 2 Medium 12Ah 40 DX2e-40L 2 Large Option 17Ah 40 DX2e-40LP 2 Large 17Ah 40 DX4e-40L 4 Large Option 17Ah 40 DX4e-40LP 4 Large 17Ah 40 Option = A printer cannot be fitted in this enclosure = A printer is fitted as standard = A printer is not fitted as standard but may be fitted as a retrofit item User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 5 of 49

6 Dimension Series F1 1 2 ABC 3 DEF 4 5 GHI JKL 7 8 PQRS TUV 6 MNO 9 WXYZ F2 0 WORD F A B C 3 DEF G H I J K L MNO P Q R S T U V WXYZ F 2 0 W O R D EN EN54197 EN EN DX1e-20S DX1e-40M, DX1e-40MP DX2e-40M, DX2e-40MP F A B C DEF G H I J K L MNO P Q R S T U V WXYZ F 2 0 W O R D Installer Fit Options: A front panel key-switch, P/N , can be installed in all models. This can be used for: a) Level 2 Access Control b) Class Change c) Bomb Alert EN EN54197 Specials: Large Enclosure Only. The following future typical special options can be installed in the lower cabinet area. Examples: a) Graphical Mimic Display b) Up to 4 Key-Switches c) DIN Rail mounted modules For further information on either of these options, contact your supplier / maintenance contractor. DX2e-40L, DX2e-40LP DX4e-40L, DX4e-40LP Page 6 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

7 Dimension Series 1.3 Warnings and Cautions These instructions contain procedures to follow in order to avoid injury and damage to equipment. It is assumed that the user of this manual has been suitably trained and is familiar with the relevant regulations. This panel is CE Marked to show that it conforms to the requirements of the following European Community Directives: Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC (and the amending directive 92/23/EEC) Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC This panel has been tested and found to comply with the Year 2000 requirements. NOTE: The end date for all date functions is 31/12/2063. In the year prior to reaching the calendar end date, consult the Original Equipment Supplier/ Current Maintenance Contractor for advice. EN54! EN Maximum of 512 sensors / manual call points per panel. The Dimension Series range of panels has many features which, if used inappropriately, may contravene the requirements of EN54. Where such a possibility may arise, a suitable warning is given with brief details of the EN54 requirement and the relevant section to which it pertains. A typical EN54 non-compliance warning is illustrated. 1.4 National Approvals This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with these instructions and the appropriate national, regional and local regulations specific to the country and location of the installation. Consult with the appropriate Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) for confirmation of the requirements. All equipment is to be operated in accordance with the appropriate standards applicable This equipment must be installed in accordance with these instructions and the appropriate national, regional and local wiring regulations. In the UK the wiring must conform to the requirements of BS7671 (IEE Wiring Regulations Sixteenth Edition). User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 7 of 49

8 Dimension Series 1.5 EN54 Information EN54 This Fire Alarm Control Panel complies with the requirements of EN54-2/ In addition to the basic requirements of EN54, the panel conforms to the following optional functions. Option Indication: Controls: Outputs: Fault signals from points Alarm Counter Coincidence Detection Delays to Outputs Disablement of each addressable point. Test condition Outputs to fire alarm devices EN54-2 Clause EN54 The power supplies for the Dimension Series of panels comply with the following clauses of EN54-4. DX1/2/4e Power Supply Functions Derive power supply from main power source Derive power supply from a standby battery source Charge and monitor the standby battery source Detect & signal power supply faults EN54-4 Clause EN54 N/A In addition to the functions required by EN54-2, the panel supports a number of ancillary functions that are not required by EN54. These are outlined below: - Ancillary Function Manual Section Auxiliary supply output Refer to Product Manual Peripheral loop output & supported devices Refer to Product Manual Auxiliary relay outputs Refer to Product Manual Printer option 8 Class Change Input 0 Group Disable Page 8 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

9 Dimension Series 2 User Control Levels 2.1 Level Definition The DX1e, DX2e and DX4e Fire Alarm Control Panels have three user control levels. At all three levels, the LED Displays indicate the condition of the installation, the Zone LED Displays indicate the location of any fire alarm and the alphanumeric display gives more detailed fire alarm, fault, and test or disablement information. At USER LEVEL 1, all the displays are functional but the front panel control keys are inhibited. At USER LEVEL 2, all front panel controls are functional and some system operation parameters and functions can be changed. User Level 2 is reached by entering a password from level 1. At USER LEVEL 3, all front panel controls are functional and full system configuration and programming is possible. User Level 3 is reached by entering a password from either Level 1 or Level 2. User Level 3 is intended for use by the system installer / maintenance contractor. EN54 EN Viewing Suppressed Information. All of the mandatory indications that may not be suppressed during a fire alarm condition are shown using Light Emitting (LED) Indicators. Fire Alarms are shown using LED Indicators for each zone. It is possible to view all other conditions such as points in fire, faults, zones in test and disablement conditions using the navigation (arrow) keys at Level User Passwords Up to ten USER LEVEL 2 passwords can be programmed into the panel. The USER LEVEL 2 passwords can be assigned / changed at Level 3 by the installer / maintenance contractor. Level 2 passwords do not allow access to Level 3 functions. 3 Controls and Indications Alphanumeric Liquid Crystal Display Optional Key-switch Navigation Keys Control Keys F1 1 2 ABC 4 5 GHI JKL DEF 6 MNO ZONE FIRE LED Indicators System Status LED Indicators F2 PQRS TUV WXYZ 0 WORD Numeric Keypad (Program / Interactive keys) Optional Printer EN EN54197 Figure 1 Typical Controls and Indications The diagram above shows the controls and indications on the DX2e-40MP model. This is typical for all models. User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 9 of 49

10 Dimension Series 3.1 Control Keys Key Legend Symbol Function Sound Alarms Press to Turn on ALL Sounder Outputs (i.e. evacuate building manually). Silence / Resound Mute Buzzer Press to Turn off all activated sounders. Press again to re-activate the sounders. Press to silence the internal buzzer. Accept Press to accept a Stage 1 Investigation Delay Alarm System Reset Press to cancel all alarm / fault conditions and reset the panel. Table 1 Control Key Functions Key Legend Symbol Function Function Key F1 Programmable Function Key. Default is used as an event view short-cut function or alternatively can be assigned to the following: Bomb Alert, Class Change, Detection Mode start / stop. Function Key F2 Programmable Function Key. May be assigned to the following: Bomb Alert, Class Change, Detection Mode start / stop. Navigation Keys Press to select and scroll through Level 1 display functions for fire, fault, and disablement and test conditions. Press to select and scroll through menu options. Follow the on screen prompts. 0 9 A Z, WORD No Numeric keypad for entering numbers. May also be used during programming to enter letters of the alphabet and words for text message entry. This works in a similar fashion to a mobile telephone keypad. Press to answer No, or cancel a display option and return to a previous menu. Yes Press to answer Yes, to Enter / Select or to Confirm changes. Table 2 - Alphanumeric and Interactive Control Keys Page 10 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

11 Dimension Series The control keys are disabled at USER LEVEL 1. Pressing a control or number key will cause the display to prompt for entry of the Level 2 password. The password must be entered to re-enable the control keys at Level 2. User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 11 of 49

12 Dimension Series 3.2 Front Panel LED Indications Block 1 Indicator Colour Function How to Clear FIRE Red The panel has detected a fire alarm condition, or the Sound Alarms key has been pressed. Correct the condition causing the alarm and then perform a panel reset. FAULT Yellow The panel has detected a fault. Correct the condition causing the fault and then perform a panel reset. Test Yellow The system is in test mode. The LCD shows which zones are being tested. Disablement Yellow Part of the system, either input or output, has been disabled manually by the user. Delayed Mode Yellow This indicates that the system is operating with delays to the sounder outputs and the delays are active (in force). Alarms Silenced Yellow The sounder outputs have been silenced. Buzzer Muted Yellow A fault or alarm has been acknowledged and the internal buzzer silenced. Sounders Disabled Yellow The sounder outputs have been disabled. Relays Disabled Yellow The relay outputs have been disabled. Fire Routing Equipment Red Indicates the output to fire routing equipment (i.e. Fire Brigade) is activated. NOT CURRENTLY USED. Power Green STEADY: Indicates presence of power (either AC Mains and / or batteries). Block 2 Function 1 Yellow Function programmed when commissioned refer to site notes. Supply Fault Yellow There is a problem with the power supply, battery or supply input. System / CPU Fault Yellow The CPU has reset or a system fault has occurred. Sounder Fault Yellow This indicates a wiring fault with one of the sounder output circuits. Earth Fault Yellow An earth connection fault has occurred on a cable. Function 2 Yellow Function programmed when commissioned refer to site notes. Block 3 Zone FIRE Red STEADY: The zone is in a fire alarm condition. Cancel / Stop test when finished. Re-enable the device or devices. Refer to Disablement Function. The delays may be enabled or disabled. Refer to Disablement Function. Correct the alarm condition and then perform a panel reset. NOTE: Press SILENCE / RESOUND again to reactivate the sounders. If an alarm occurs in a new zone, the alarms will automatically resound. Correct the condition causing alarm or fault and then perform a manual reset. NOTE: If an alarm occurs in a new zone or fault occurs, the internal buzzer automatically resounds. Refer to Disablement Function. Refer to Disablement Function. Correct the fault condition and then perform a panel reset. Correct the problem, if appropriate, and then perform a panel reset. Correct the fault condition and then perform a panel reset. Correct the fault condition and then perform a panel reset. Correct the alarm condition and then perform a panel reset. Page 12 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

13 Dimension Series Table 3 - LED Functions The Level 1 LED Indicators are divided into three blocks as described in Table 3 opposite. The LED Indicators illuminate as red, yellow or green. Block 1 contains LED Indicators showing the state of the fire alarm control panel. Block 2 contains LED Indicators showing specific fault conditions. In addition, there are two programmable indicators. Block 3 contains the Zone Fire LED Indicators. There are either 20 or 40 LED Indicators depending on the model. 3.3 Alphanumeric Display Indications The alphanumeric liquid crystal display (LCD) gives 80 characters of information on a 2-line display. The display is illuminated to assist viewing under dim ambient light conditions Normal Condition If the panel is in the quiescent condition the display shows the day of the week, date and time (24hour format) as follows: Wed 07/05/ :59 All devices are inside working limits Other Conditions Loop Device Faults/ Fires The alphanumeric display will automatically update to show zonal information about the latest device to enter a fault or fire condition. IN FAULT ZONE 1 1/1 X:Summary < ZONE TEXT > : Device Details Use the right arrow key to view the individual device/point details within the affected zone. Use the up/down arrow keys to view different zones in the same condition. Use the X key to exit the summary display F1 Short-cut Navigation Key Where the F1 function key is not programmed to provide a specific function e.g. Bomb alert, Class change etc, it will operate as a navigation shortcut key. Press the F1 function key once and the alphanumeric display will show the first active event from the highest priority category available (fires, faults, disablements). Use the up/down arrow keys to navigate through all active events in that category. The events are listed in a purely chronological order i.e. no zonal or other grouping is applied. Press the F1 key again to toggle to the next highest priority event category available. Where no category is available, the display will revert to the original summary/zone display. Press X or any numeric key when viewing the active events and the display will revert to the summary display. User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 13 of 49

14 Dimension Series Panel Status Summary If the panel is in a fire and/or a fault and/or a test and/or a disablement condition the display shows the status of the panel as follows: <FIRES> :1 FAULTS :1 :Select DISABLED :0 IN TEST :0 :Details The display shows the number of fire alarms, faults, disablements and zones in test. The above example shows that there is one fire alarm and one fault condition present. EN54 EN Viewing Suppressed Information. All of the mandatory indications that may not be suppressed during a fire alarm condition are shown using Light Emitting (LED) Indicators. Fire Alarms are shown using LED Indicators for each zone. It is possible to view all other conditions such as points in fire, faults, zones in test and disablement conditions using the arrow keys at Level 1. To view the information for a particular condition, use the keys to select the required condition (the < and > brackets move to the selected option and flash) and then press the key to select and view further detail Level 2 Menu Displays When the Level 2 Menu Displays are selected, the display shows a number of listed options. The example below shows the main Level 2 Menu options. All other menus are similar. [U0] 1:Commission 2:Test 3:Clock 4:Disable/Enable 5:View Mode Page 14 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

15 Dimension Series 4 Level 1 Display Functions EN54 EN Display of functional conditions. At Level 1, the panel operates in a display only mode with the control keys disabled. If fire alarm, fault, test or disablement conditions exist, the LED Indicators will show these. Detailed information can be viewed on the alphanumeric display using the navigation keys. The way the panel displays information at level 1 is configurable for one of two options, zonal (EN54-2 compliant) or by event (not EN54-2 compliant). Default level 1 display option zonal In this mode the display shows a summary of the panel status including the number of zones in fire, fault, test and disablement. Manual intervention is required for more detailed point information. EN54! EN & EN Indication of zones in alarm & faults Alternative level 1 display option by event In this mode the display scrolls through detailed point information, one point at-a-time with no manual intervention required. It is important to note that operating the panel in this mode means that the panel does not comply with the EN54-2 clauses highlighted opposite. EN54 EN & EN Audible Indication. In a fire alarm condition, the buzzer will sound continuously. It will automatically resound (if previously muted) for fire alarms from a new zone. In a fault condition, the buzzer will sound intermittently (1-second on / 1-second off). It will automatically resound (if previously muted) for any new fault condition registered. The internal buzzer can be silenced at Level 1 press the MUTE BUZZER key. 4.1 Normal Conditions When the system is in a normal condition, the green AC Power LED will be illuminated. The alphanumeric display will show the time and date and an All systems normal status message. Wed 07/05/ :59 All devices are inside working limits User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 15 of 49

16 Dimension Series 4.2 Other Conditions zonal (default) display option The display shows the status of the panel if any fire, fault, test or disablement conditions occur. <FIRES> :1 FAULTS :1 :Select DISABLED :0 IN TEST :0 :Details Press X in any of the following sub menus to return immediately to this display Fire Alarm Conditions If the control panel initiates an alarm condition, the FIRE LED Indicators will be illuminated and, if appropriate, the relevant ZONE FIRE LED Indicators will illuminate. The internal buzzer will sound and the alphanumeric display will indicate the number of fires. To view more detailed information regarding the fire alarm location use the navigation keys as follows. Press the keys to select the FIRES option, then press the key and the display shows the following for example: TOTAL PANEL FIRES :1 :Panel Events TOTAL ZONES IN FIRE :2 :Zone Details This display indicates that there are two zones in fire and that a fire alarm has been raised at the panel. To view these, press the key to view the fire alarm initiated at the panel and press the key to view the zones in fire Panel Fire Alarms FIRE 01/01 11:22 EVACUATE :back :more The above example shows there are one of one fire alarm raised at the panel. This was an Evacuate raised at 11:22AM when the Sound Alarms key was pressed. If there is more than one fire alarm indicated, use the and keys to view these (Note: The : more option is not shown if there is only one event, the and keys are shown for the first and last entries in the list). Press the key to return to the previous display Zone Fire Alarms When selected, the display shows the first zone with a fire alarm condition. For example: IN FIRE ZONE 3 1/ 2 :More Zones <Zone-Location-Text> :Device Details The display shows the Zone number and Zone Location Text (20 character description). To view other zones in fire (or to return to the previous display), press the and keys. To view the devices (points) in a fire alarm condition, press the key. The display then shows the first point in alarm in the selected zone. For example: Page 16 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

17 Dimension Series FIRE 01/02 Z04 L1 A011 MCP 11:45 <Point-Location-Txt> :back :more The display shows the alarm number and the total number of devices (points) in a fire alarm condition in this zone (01/02), the Zone number (Z04), the loop number to which this device is connected (L1), the address of this device on the loop (A011), the type of device (MCP), the time at which the device entered the alarm condition (11:45) and the Point Location Text (20 character description) for this device. To view other points in fire in this zone, press the and keys (Note: The : more option is not shown if there is only one event, the and keys are shown for the first and last entries in the list). To return to the list of zones in fire, press the key Override Delays EN54 EN d Override delays at Level 1 The DX1e, DX2e and DX4e control panels can be configured to operate with delays to outputs. In this case, a manual call point (MCP) will be located next to the panel. To override any delays and immediately activate the bells and other fire alarm output devices, break the glass in the call point. FIRE BREAK GLASS Press Here Fault Conditions If the panel detects a fault, the FAULT LED is illuminated along with other appropriate system condition LED Indicators. The internal buzzer will sound and the alphanumeric display will indicate the number of faults. To view more detailed information regarding the fault locations use the navigation keys as follows. Press the keys to select the FAULT option and then press the key. The display shows further information on the faults. For example: TOTAL PANEL FAULTS :3 :Panel Events TOTAL ZONES IN FAULT :1 :Zone Details This display indicates that there is one zone in fault and that three panel related faults have been registered. To view these, press the key to view the panel related faults and press the key to view the zones in fault Panel Faults FAULT 02/03 MON INPUT 1 12:15 INPUT OPEN CIRCUIT :back :more The above example shows there are three panel related faults and fault number two is shown. This was an input open circuit on Monitored Input 1 registered at 12:15PM. If there is more than one fault indicated, use the and keys to view these (Note: The : more option is not shown if there is only one event, the and keys are shown for the first and last entries in the list). Press the key to return to the main display Zone Faults When selected, the display shows the first zone with a fault condition. For example: User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 17 of 49

18 Dimension Series IN FAULT ZONE 1 01/01 : More Zones <Zone-Location-Text> :Device Details The display shows the Zone number and Zone Location Text (20 character description). To view other zones in a fault condition (or to return to the main display), press the keys. EN54 EN Fault Signals from points. To view the devices (points) in a fault condition, press the key. The display then shows the first point in a fault condition in the selected zone. For example: FAULT 01/02 Z01 L1 A010 OPT 12:19 NO REPLY FROM DEVICE :back :more :text The display shows the fault number and the total number of devices (points) in a fault condition in this zone (01/02), the Zone number (Z01), the loop number to which this device is connected (L1), the address of this device on the loop (A010), the type of device (OPT), the time at which the device entered the alarm condition (12:19) and a description of the fault. To view other points in fault in this zone, press the keys (Note: The : more option is not shown if there is only one event, the and keys are shown for the first and last entries in the list). To return to the list of zones in fault, press the key. To view the location texts for this device press the key. The display then shows the Zone Location Text and the Point Location Text (20 character description each) for this device. For example: FAULT 01/02 Z01 L1 S010 OPT 12:19 <Zone-Location-Text><Point-Location-Txt> To return to the previous display, press the key Test Conditions EN54 EN Test Condition. If zones have been configured to be in a test condition (i.e. weekly walk test), the TEST LED is illuminated. To view the zones in a test conditions use the navigation keys as follows. Press the keys to select the TEST option and then press the key and the display shows further information on the faults. For example: IN TEST ZONE 1 01/02 WITH SOUNDERS <Zone-Location-Text> :back :More Zones IN TEST ZONE 2 02/02 NO SOUNDERS <Zone-Location-Text> :back :More Zones The display shows the Zone number and Zone Location Text (20 character description) of the first zone in a test condition. It also indicates whether the sounders / bells will ring briefly when a device in the zone is tested. To view other zones in a test condition press the and keys. To return to the previous display, press the key. Page 18 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

19 Dimension Series Disablement Conditions If zones, input devices, output devices or other disablement conditions have been programmed, the DISABLEMENT LED is illuminated along with other appropriate system condition LED Indicators. To view more detailed information regarding the disablement conditions use the navigation keys as follows. Press the keys to select the DISABLED option, then press the key and the display shows further information on the faults. For example: TOTAL PANEL DISABLED :3 TOTAL ZONES DISABLED :3 :Panel Events :Zone Details This display indicates that there are three zones in either a full or partial disablement condition and that three panel related disablements have been configured. To view these, press the key to view the panel related disablement and press the key to view the zones in disablement Panel Disablements DISABLED 01/03 12:15 DISABLE ALL SOUNDERS :back :more The above example shows there are three panel related disablements and the first disablement is shown. This was a disablement of all sounders / bells configured at 12:15PM. If there is more than one disablement indicated, use the and keys to view these (Note: The : more option is not shown if there is only one event, the and keys are shown for the first and last entries in the list). Press the key to return to the main display Zone Disablements When selected, the display shows the first zone with a disablement condition. For example: DISABLED ZONE 1 01/03 : More Zones <Zone-Location-Text> ZONE FULLY DISABLED The display shows the Zone number and Zone Location Text (20 character description), the disablement number and total number of zones in a disablement condition (01/03) and whether the zone is fully disabled. If the zone is only partially disabled, the display is as follows: DISABLED ZONE 1 02/03 : More Zones <Zone-Location-Text> :Device Details To view other zones in a disablement condition (or to return to the main display), press the and keys. EN54 EN Disablement of each addressable point. To view the devices (points) in a zone with only partial disablement condition, press the key. The display then shows the first point in disablement in the selected zone. For example: DISABLED 01/02 Z01 L1 A010 OPT 12:19 <Point-Location-Txt> :back :more User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 19 of 49

20 Dimension Series The display shows the disablement number and the total number of devices (points) in a disablement condition in this zone (01/02), the Zone number (Z01), the loop number to which this device is connected (L1), the address of this device on the loop (A010), the type of device (OPT), the time at which the device was disabled (12:19) and the Point Location Text (20 character description) for this device. To view other points in disablement in this zone, press the and keys (Note: The : more option is not shown if there is only one event, the and keys are shown for the first and last entries in the list). To return to the list of zones in a disablement condition, press the key. 4.3 Other Conditions by event display option The display always shows point details, for example : FIRE 01/02 Z04 L1 A011 MCP 11:45 <Zone-Location-Text><Point-Location-Txt> Each event is displayed for approximately 8 seconds, then the next event is displayed. After every 2 events an appropriate instruction screen in displayed, for approximately 3 seconds, for example : USE ARROW KEYS TO VIEW MORE EVENTS PREVIOUS EVENT NEXT EVENT Fire Alarm Conditions If the control panel initiates an alarm condition, the FIRE LED Indicators will be illuminated and, if appropriate, the relevant ZONE FIRE LED Indicators will illuminate. The internal buzzer will sound and the alphanumeric display will scroll though each fire in turn, starting with the first fire. For example : FIRE 01/02 Z04 L1 A011 MCP 11:45 <Zone-Location-Text><Point-Location-Txt> The panel alphanumeric display may be configured by the installer to scroll though only those fires of interest, and keep other fires in the background. Fire scrolling options are as follows : o 1 st fire only (default) o 1 st and last fire o First 4 fires o All fires Press the keys to scroll through the fire list manually. If no key is pressed for 60 seconds, autoscrolling will resume. Whilst fire alarm conditions are present (including panel fire alarms) then faults, disablements and tests are not displayed. Non-displayed fires, faults, tests and disablements are always available by pressing the key, as indicated on the instruction screen. The subsequent event list will display all events in a priority order. Page 20 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

21 Dimension Series The order is (highest-to-lowest) fires, bomb alerts, security alerts, plant alarms, faults, disablements and tests. After viewing all events to return to the fire list starting at the first point in fire press the key Zone Fire Alarms FIRE 01/02 Z04 L1 A011 MCP 11:45 <Zone-Location-Text><Point-Location-Txt> In the example above, the display shows the alarm number and the total number of devices (points) in a fire alarm condition, the Zone number (Z04), the loop number to which this device is connected (L1), the address of this device on the loop (A011), the type of device (MCP) and the time at which the device entered the alarm condition (11:45). The bottom line shows the Zone Location Text (20 character description) and the Point Location Text (20 character description) for this device Panel Fire Alarms Example : EVACUATE 01/01 11:22 Panel fire alarms are displayed along with other fire alarm conditions as detailed in the section above Override Delays EN54 EN d Override delays at Level 1 The DX1e, DX2e and DX4e control panels can be configured to operate with delays to outputs. In this case, a manual call point (MCP) will be located next to the panel. To override any delays and immediately activate the bells and other fire alarm output devices, break the glass in the call point. FIRE BREAK GLASS Press Here Fault Conditions, Disablement conditions and Test conditions If the panel detects a fault or a device is disabled or a zone is put into test, the appropriate system condition LED Indicators are lit. If the event is a fault the internal buzzer will sound. The alphanumeric display will scroll though each event in turn, starting with the first event. For example : OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT 01/02 Z01 L1 A054 <Zone-Location-Text><Point-Location-Txt> Panel Faults Example : INPUT OPEN CIRCUIT 01/02 MON INPUT 1 User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 21 of 49

22 Dimension Series In the example above, the display shows a description of the fault, event number and the total number of events and a panel input identifier. Press the keys to scroll though the event list manually. If no key is pressed for 60 seconds, autoscrolling will resume Zone Faults Example : OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT 02/02 Z01 L1 A054 <Zone-Location-Text><Point-Location-Txt> In the example above, the display shows a description of the event, event number and the total number of events, the Zone number (Z01), the loop number to which this device is connected (L1) and the address of this device on the loop (A054). The bottom line shows the Zone Location Text (20 character description) and the Point Location Text (20 character description) for this device. Press the keys to scroll though the event list manually. If no key is pressed for 60 seconds, autoscrolling will resume Test Conditions EN54 EN Test Condition. If zones have been configured to be in a test condition (i.e. weekly walk test), the TEST LED is illuminated. The alphanumeric display will show details of the zone in test. For example : WALK TEST 01/12 Z01 03:22 In the example above, the display shows the event number and the total number of events, the Zone number (Z01) of the zone in test and the time at which the zone entered the test condition (03:22). Press the keys to scroll though the event list manually. If no key is pressed for 60 seconds, autoscrolling will resume Disablement Conditions If zones, input devices, output devices or other disablement conditions have been programmed, the DISABLEMENT LED is illuminated along with other appropriate system condition LED Indicators. The alphanumeric display will show details of the disablement For example : DISABLED 09/10 Z01 L1 A054 MCP 09:34 <Zone-Location-Text><Point-Location-Txt> Panel Disablements DISABLE ALL SOUNDERS 01/03 12:15 In the example above, the display shows a description of the event, the event number and the total number of events and the time at which the event (sounders disabled) was programmed (12:15). Page 22 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

23 Dimension Series Press the keys to scroll though the event list manually. If no key is pressed for 60 seconds, autoscrolling will resume Zone Disablements DISABLE FULL ZONE 02/03 Z01 03:36 In the example above, the display shows a description of the event, the event number and the total number of events, the zone that is disabled and the time at which the event (zone disabled) was progammed (03:36). Press the keys to scroll though the event list manually. If no key is pressed for 60 seconds, autoscrolling will resume Point disablements Example : DISABLED 09/10 Z01 L1 A054 MCP 09:34 <Zone-Location-Text><Point-Location-Txt> In the example above, the display shows a description of the event, the event number and the total number of events, the Zone number (Z01), the loop number to which this device is connected (L1), the address of this device on the loop (A054), the type of device (MCP) and the time at which the device was disabled (09:34) The bottom line shows the Zone Location Text (20 character description) and the Point Location Text (20 character description) for this device. Press the keys to scroll though the event list manually. If no key is pressed for 60 seconds, autoscrolling will resume. 4.4 Power Supply Fault Conditions If the AC MAINS power source is interrupted or if the panel registers other fault conditions associated with its power supply, the Supply Fault LED and Fault LED Indicators will be lit. Further details of the fault can be viewed on the display. The back light illumination of the alphanumeric display will be turned off. If both the AC MAINS input and the Battery Standby Input fail then all LED and alphanumeric display indicators will be off. Possible fault conditions are: NO MAINS SUPPLY, BATTERY LOW, BATTERY DISCHARGED, BATTERY MISSING and CHARGER FAILURE. User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 23 of 49

24 Dimension Series 4.5 List of Device Abbreviations The following table gives a list of the device (point) abbreviations shown on the alphanumeric display. Abbreviation CO FLM ION I/O LSR MCP MLT MON OPT RLY SDR TMP ZMX Description Carbon Monoxide Detector Flame Detector Ionisation Smoke Detector Input / Output Module Laser Smoke Detector Manual Call Point Multi-Criteria Detector Monitored Input Optical Smoke Detector Relay Sounder / Bell Temperature Detector Zone Monitor Module Table 4 Device Type Abbreviations Page 24 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

25 Dimension Series 5 Level 2 Display / Control Functions 5.1 Display Functions All of the display functions available at Level 1 are also available at Level Control Functions The four main control keys are locked at Level 1 (Note: Mute Buzzer key is always enabled). To enable the Level 2 control functions, press any control key and the following display will be shown: CONTROL KEY LOCKED ACCESS REQUIRED Enter Level 2/3 passcode :BackSp Enter the Level 2 pass-code (for example, the default pass-code is 1234) using the number buttons. As each number is entered, a * character is shown on the display. When all four digits have been entered, press the key. (If a wrong number key is pressed, press the key to erase the number entered and re-enter the correct / required number). If the pass-code is correct, the display will revert to the normal display. Level 2 access will remain available for 5-minutes (programmable). Press the required control to perform the desired action see below. If the pass-code is entered incorrectly, the display will show the following message for 60 seconds. Press the X button to revert immediately to the normal displays. The eight-character number on the bottom line is a control code and is only relevant to Level 3 use. ERROR INCORRECT PASSCODE!!! C8B0E488 Alternatively, if the key-switch option is fitted and programmed to enable Level 2 access, insert the key and turn clockwise to enable Level 2 Control functions Sound Alarms / Evacuate To activate all sounder outputs and evacuate the building press the SOUND ALARMS key Silence / Resound Alarms To silence the sounder outputs press the SILENCE / RESOUND key. To reactivate all silenced sounder outputs press the SILENCE / RESOUND key again Accept / Delayed Day Mode Alarms Reset If the system is programmed to operate with the Delayed Day Mode function the panel will indicate the alarm but will not immediately activate the outputs (sounders or relays). Press the ACCEPT key to acknowledge the alarm and enter the Investigation Phase refer to Section 6 for further information. To reset the panel from a fire alarm or fault condition, firstly correct and rectify the problem and then press the RESET key. To prevent fault conditions being registered from faulty devices disable the device refer to the Enable / Disable Menu. User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 25 of 49

26 Dimension Series 5.3 Level 2 Menu Functions Press any number (0 9) key to display the Level 2 Menu Functions. These are normally inhibited from use and the alphanumeric display will prompt for entry of the Level 2 pass-code as follows. ACCESS TO MENUS RESTRICTED Enter Level 2/3 passcode, :BackSp Enter the Level 2 pass-code, as described above, and the display will then show the Level 2 Menu Functions. Alternatively, if the key-switch option is fitted and programmed to enable Level 2 access, insert the key and turn clockwise before selecting Level 2 Menu functions. [U0] 1:Commission 2:Test 3:Clock 4:Disable/Enable 5:View Mode Function Commission Test Clock Disable / Enable View Description This option is not available to Level 2 users. It requires the entry of the Level 3 password before the programming mode can be entered. Allows the user to test parts of the system. The following tests can be performed: LED To test the LED indicator lamps. This test will automatically test all status indicators and each zone indicator, in turn, and then terminate. LCD To test the alphanumeric display. ZONES To perform a Walk Test on one or more zones. If the test is performed With Sounders all relay and sounder outputs will be activated in continuous mode regardless of pattern logic. OUTPUTS To test the relay and sounder outputs connected to the system. BUZZER To test the internal buzzer. To change the date and time in the panel. To enable zones, inputs, outputs, delays and day mode operation. To view devices, log, faults and other system status conditions. Table 5 - User Menu Options The display will automatically revert to the Normal display after 60-seconds (programmable) if no buttons are pressed. Press any number (0 9) key to return to the Level 2 menu display. Access to Level 2 menu functions will automatically be cancelled after 5-minutes (programmable) if no buttons are pressed. It will be necessary to re-enter the pass-code to re-enable the Level 2 menu functions. Press the X key to manually return to the normal display and cancel Level 2 access. Page 26 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

27 Dimension Series Test To display the Test Menu, press 2 and the display shows: [U0 Test] 1:LEDs 2:LCD 3:Zones 4:Outputs 5:Buzzer It is possible to test: 1. The LED s on the front panel display. 2. The alphanumeric (liquid crystal) display. 3. The detection and alarm initiating devices connected to the signalling loop (i.e. Zone Walk Test). 4. The sounder outputs and other alarm condition output devices connected to the system. 5. The internal buzzer. NOTE: If the panel is in a fire alarm condition then the LED, LCD and Buzzer Tests are inhibited LED Test To select the option, press 1. To terminate the test, press X. The panel will cycle through all of the System Status LED Indicators and through all of the Zone FIRE LED Indicators. The test will automatically stop after 60 seconds LCD Test To select the option, press 2. To terminate the test, press X. The alphanumeric display will flash all displayable characters in all positions of the display. The test will automatically stop after 60 seconds Zones Test EN54 EN Test Condition. When zones have been configured to be in a test condition (i.e. weekly walk test), the TEST LED is illuminated. The test condition must be cancelled manually Introduction To select the option, press 3. The display then presents a number of options. For example: [U0 Zones] 1:Set-up Zone Tests 2:Stop All Zone Tests The two menu options permit the following tests / actions to be performed: 1. To configure or stop an individual zone (walk) test. The bells / sounders can be configured to ring for a few seconds whenever a device is tested. 2. To stop all zone (walk) tests immediately. User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 27 of 49

28 Dimension Series Configuring / Stopping Individual Zone Tests To configure or stop the testing of one or more zones individually, press 1 and a new display is shown from which the zones to be tested can be selected as follows: [WALK TEST] Zone 1: NOT IN TEST :Select Zone :Change X:Exit The display shows the current test state for Zone 01. Press the and keys to select the required zone. Press the or keys to change the test status of a zone. There are three options: NOT IN TEST, IN TEST WITH SOUNDERS, IN TEST NO SOUNDERS and each button press cycles through the options. If an alternate test is selected, after about 2-seconds, the display will prompt for confirmation that this state should be entered as follows: [WALK TEST] Zone 1: IN TEST WITH SNDRS Press to confirm X:Exit Press the key to confirm the change of test state or press the X key to cancel any changes. Repeat for each zone as required Stopping ALL Zone Tests Press 2 to select the stop all tests option. The display then shows: Stop all Zones in Walk Test? Press to confirm X:Cancel Press the key to confirm the termination of all zone (walk) tests or press the X key to cancel and keep the configured zones in the test condition. The display then returns to the zone test menu. Remember to ensure that call points are returned to their normal condition and allow sufficient time for smoke to clear from smoke detectors before stopping any zone tests. Otherwise, a full fire alarm condition may result Output Test To select the option, press 4. The display shows the following menu options to test outputs internal to the panel or outputs connected to the detection loop. [U0 Outputs] 1:Internal 2:Loop NOTE: Any output test in progress will automatically be cancelled after 60-seconds if no button is pressed. Page 28 of 49 Document No , Revision: 4 User Manual

29 Dimension Series Internal Outputs To select the option, press 1 and the display shows to first available panel output circuit as follows: [Internal Test] B:01 Sounder 1 :Start Test :Select Output X:Exit Press the and keys to select the required output. A full list of available outputs is detailed in the table below: To start a test on the device and turn the output on, press the key. The display then shows: [Internal Test] B:01 Sounder 1 Output test in progress X:Stop Press the X key to stop the test. Type of Output Sounder Output 1 Sounder Output 2 Fault Relay Fire Relay Programmable Relay Table 6 Panel Internal Output Circuits Loop (SLC) Outputs To select the option, press 2 and the display shows to first available loop output circuit as follows: [SLC Test] A008 SDR :Start Test :Select Output X:Exit Press the and keys to select the required output. The display shows the address of the device (i.e. A008) and its type abbreviation code (i.e. SDR). To start a test on the device and turn the output on, press the key. The display then shows: [SLC Test] A008 SDR Output test in progress X:Stop Press the X key to stop the test. Note that if the panel is equipped with 2 or 4 loops then the display will first prompt for selection of the required signalling / detection loop. User Manual Document No , Revision: 4 Page 29 of 49

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